Bria Homes now a top choice of ordinary Filipinos
(The Philippine Star) - September 16, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — With children’s education and basic necessities on top of the average Filipinos’ priorities, acquiring their own home has always seemed like a remote possibility. For years, most Filipino families resigned themselves to spending a chunk of their income on rent money, staying in tiny dwellings located in congested neighborhoods. That is, until Bria Homes came into the scene.

Now considered the fastest-growing mass housing developer in the country, Bria Homes, a subsidiary of Villar-owned Golden Bria Holdings Inc., brandishes its winning formula on affordability and quality to make families’ and individuals’ dream of owning a home come true.

This is why aspiring homeowners who seek affordable, sturdy, and good-quality homes turn to Bria Homes. With over 50 mass housing projects in the country to date, Bria has steadfastly remained true to its goal of placing such homes within the reach of average Filipino workers, who may now own well-designed condominium units and homes in modern and safe communities for as low as P1,897 per month.

To make it even easier for prospective buyers, flexible payment schemes like bank financing and Pag-IBIG are made available to them.

Affordability and quality, however, are not the only key features of a Bria home. All Bria communities are family friendly and safe, secured by guarded entrances and perimeter fences. Recreational facilities like basketball courts are also fixtures in Bria developments. Bria homeowners are likewise assured of competent maintenance and administrative services from its highly trained and courteous employees.

Finally, Bria communities are in close proximity with hospitals, schools, churches, retail hubs, various modes of public transportation, and major roads and highways.

To date, Bria has built homes in Bataan, Tarlac, Pangasinan, Pampanga, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Camarines Sur, Samar, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Misamis Oriental, Bukidnon, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, South Cotabato and North Cotabato.

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